Welcome to UK Money Bloggers
We’re a community of independent bloggers, influencers, broadcasters and journalists who create online content about personal finance and money saving.
From current accounts to couponing and debt advice to deals, our members are passionate about helping their readers be in control of the finances and make the most of their money.
Though we started off as a blogger community we welcome podcasters, YouTubers and influencers – and many of our members work across multiple mediums.
UK Money Bloggers provides a network for us to share our experiences, improve our blogs and promote opportunities. It’s also a forum for us to bring a collective voice to the issues we care about through national campaigns and joint content.
From our annual conference and awards to informal meet-ups, face-to-face time is a great way to build our community and learn about opportunities.
For more information, money bloggers can apply to join our private UK Money Bloggers Facebook page.
If you’re a brand or publication interested in being part of our annual conference and awards, including the Money Fair where you get to meet the influencers one to one, please contact Andy.
Working with us
The main focus of our work with brands is around the SHOMOs conference and awards.
However, we also work with brands, PR and journalists to connect them with our bloggers for content, case studies and other opportunities.
We’ve worked with the likes of PensionBee, Nectar, The Sun, Experian, Money Advice Service, Quidco, Vanguard and StepChange.
The people behind UK Money Bloggers
UK Money Bloggers was set up by Andy Webb, a financial journalist, broadcaster and blogger, who mainly works on Be Clever With Your Cash.com.
In 2023, Andy’s business, including UKMB, became part of Smart Money People.
All the bloggers featured in our collaborative content and profiles are part of the community.
Who are the bloggers?
There are currently 400+ bloggers in our closed Facebook group and growing all the time, with many more following and involved via Twitter.
Unlike other blogging spheres, fashion and parenting for instance, we’re actually a relatively small group of writers so our group is a fantastic representation of the full community.